There is a posting on this blog, put there back in March, which explained that we were spending some time at home and that the blog would be updated in a few days.
The post office wasn't supposed to be relocating until tomorrow, but yesterday, along with the rest of Kigali, it found itself moving ahead of plan.
Earlier in the week we posted a tongue-in-cheek comment that perhaps the earthquake which had struck Kigali was in fact a heap of rocks being deposited for the new post office building.
It looked like a good afternoon to wander over to the project restaurant, so after lunch we set off around the mountainside.
Mama Seth (pronounced Ceti) is a small, slightly built woman with a stern look in her eye and a bullet wound in her side.
Bronwen has been supporting the Street Children's learning by teaching English on a Saturday morning.
Wednesday this week was an early start.
We started out in Rwanda with nothing but a vision.
Across Nyamirambo from the restaurant we have another income-generating project running in the form of a small shop. The formula is simple.